25 Burst results for "Eason"

California wildfires force more than 60,000 from their homes

Pat Walsh

00:53 sec | Last month

California wildfires force more than 60,000 from their homes

"About 560 active wildfires. These fires again are stretching. Our resource is stressing our personnel. We have over 12,000 firefighters now actively working to suppress these larger complex fires. Governor Gavin Eason said. More blazes are impacting Northern California because nearly 12,000 lightning strikes hit the region in the past few days. Wildfire raging in the Santa Cruz Mountains is about 2000 acres bigger today and now totals 50,000 Almost 65,000 residents are under evacuation order is in northern Santa Cruz and San Mateo counties because of the C Z, you August lightning complex. Has destroyed at least 50 homes and containment remains at 0% increase of 2000 Acres overnight is actually the smallest advance for the fire since it began early this week, thanks to slightly better weather. Los Angeles elementary schools could reopen

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Could Colts have their QB of the future?

Tony Katz and the Morning News

00:30 sec | 5 months ago

Could Colts have their QB of the future?

"Good the colts have their quarterback of the future in the selected university of Washington gunslinger Jacob Eason in the fourth round of the NFL draft Saturday but GM Chris Ballard pleaded that expectations be tempered you know let's slow our roll a little bit in terms of the protagonist guys the next messiah walking into town he was a fourth round pick we didn't move up to the first pick in the draft the six foot six Easton no doubt has a cannon for an arm and ESPN's Chris Mortensen reported that he had the talent to go higher but slid due to character flaws Easton said he can't wait to compete and prove himself as a workhorse a

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Indianapolis Colts select Washington QB Jacob Eason in fourth round of NFL draft

Boomer and Gio

00:06 sec | 5 months ago

Indianapolis Colts select Washington QB Jacob Eason in fourth round of NFL draft

"The colts selected one of the most notable players left on the board in Washington quarterback Jacob Eason who was taken one hundred twenty

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Column: Direct from Roger Goodell's basement, the NFL draft!

AP News Radio

00:32 sec | 5 months ago

Column: Direct from Roger Goodell's basement, the NFL draft!

"Joe burrow from LSU was considered a lock to go number one overall to Cincinnati borough had one of the best seasons ever for a college quarterback in twenty nineteen winning the Heisman trophy in the national championship Oregon's Justin Herbert in Alabama's tua Tagovailoa rank high on many draft boards with Miami in the alley Chargers to possible landing spots lesser known Jordan love out of Utah state may also go in the first round Georgia's Jake from Jacob Eason of Washington and Oklahoma's Jaylin hertz have also drawn plenty of interest I am mark Myers

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"eason" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

The Adam Carolla Show

04:39 min | 1 year ago

"eason" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

"Then fine you don't. I want to do it but stop eating snack wells and drinking diet right. That's not a diet. That's not health. This is a version of that. I get it everyone one once cake. That's not a diet and you removing. The calories from cake doesn't work right. You just have to fuck and do it. There's no different in this part of life and in diet. There's no difference your loud cheap days but overall big picture you gotta exercise you gotta change your diet and you can't fuck and walk around bounded you can't you're not going to outsmart nature on a percent. That's funny. You should say nature because a lot of people go like sometimes when i'm doing interviews or talking to the people about what it takes to be the best they always push back and they go oh. That's too hard or that. I go. You know how it's so much easier to be the best in the world world at what you do then to be mediocre because you're actually made that way. Mother nature made you you won the first race you ever entered you know against three hundred million one odds you outswim all those abolished firm born number one and now you're born into a world where we're supposed to accept mediocrity. It's much. It's harder to be mediocre than it is to be. The best it's how were made and now we got invent whole language and whole lifestyle to fulfil are mediocre lifestyle now instead of just aiming to be the best which is what we were born to do in the first place it's so much more natural it's so much going with mother nature chur instead of flying in the face with her which our whole society which most men do they just fly directly in the face of their own nature and pretend that they're mediocre and pretend that they're like half fast and even even the people i respect the most like a true competitor which i would think would-be an elite athlete or a race car driver or gymnast but elite athlete and when i start to see them beg for victimhood or try to get attention by being a victim instead of a competitor or be not wanna be a competitor. Not wanna compete like if you notice notice if you watch the n._b._a. For example you notice how these guys are supposed to be the ultimate competitors and what they actually do is is not compete. They join the same team. They don't wanna sell. I like in my day in your day. When you got larry bird and magic johnson and kobe and jordan you'd think those guys would ever join each other. They wanna kill each other. They want to compete and here goes basketball. The ball goes straight up. Basketball goes straight down because hey let's be chun's. Let's ask less of ourselves and not compete so much. Enjoin join altogether so we can win. Fake you can work as hard you work. You have to your demanding less of yourself which is unheard of in the athletic world yet. That's what our greatest athletes are doing right now. Which is why i wrote the book that's bullshit that they will not compete. There's a chapter during their. That's called re compete with to learn how to compete again and know that it's not a bad word. I mean how many yeah the competition i. I was around when this started right guests who doesn't like competition lazy fucking losers and they've decided the competition was basically synonymous with aggression and that so here's how you if you're headed to build a bridge when you're lazy fucking loser. I come come from these people. They go ahead of people. Oh that's aggressive a we don't want our boys to be aggression negative. We don't want to be aggressive. Tone it down tone it down so so when you tone down the aggressiveness also lose the competition and then we're all sitting in the same do the sport goes down. A manhood goes goes down. If there's no competition there's like i always i find that funny. Sometimes when businesses hire you and go you have to sign a non-competing. You can't comp- i'm like don't we live in america where we compete valet. Everything gets better and i always say. Don't you're asking competitor not to compete. That's fine line of work all right all right. Look turning turning any creature into a victim. You turn earn anybody into a victim you of hobbled that person. You've you might as well give them cancer. You have injured that person. You've done.

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"eason" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

The Adam Carolla Show

04:48 min | 1 year ago

"eason" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

"If you were just kind of take a look at my what would be my history with air conditioning brought you take a look at it. I would defy anyone in the modern era to have a worse air conditioning relationship with then then i the rich man poor man joke that was funny was as i told you guys my mom's house well hold on a second my mom's my mom's house had one air conditioner and it was in my stepdad's room also the dan which reviewed sit on his bed and watch t._v. Eh well the air conditioning would run for some reason we'd leave and then he'd sleep on the bed i don't i the data like are you guys is amazed by adults is i am like first off my family so fucking lucky. I wasn't wasn't my age when they were my age because i would have just stood in that fucking dan what the fuck is wrong with all of you people. This is insane insane fucking fucking sofa in air on in you you sleep on a bed and i don't fucking sleep on a service porch goddamn insulation in there fucking rooms oven kevin. What are you doing your your question about are amazed by adults a are you aware of this. Sort of people are less adults than they used to. Maybe somehow like people talk about adulting the thing. Are you aware of this consulting. We've talked about like yeah that and also it came out of this social media things like adulthood so hard. Today i live for a credit card and i went to the bank today. These things that are so you're like people do and it's like i. I real adulting today. We heard you're a grown man. Oh as i've always said we should we gotta prey another fucking world war doesn't break out because we are fun to get adulting fast right so i had the house i grew up in had the one in the my stepdad's room but of course on the service porch and there was no fan or ceiling fan or anything so that was out the rich man poor man joke which was funny that somebody sent me was later on when my mind decide to live really live little cut loose. She literally had a unit in in my stepdad's room and then she had a unit in her room. La make a noise. Let's see if we can tally one in my step now wind you the houses nine hundred square feet and was bulldozed after she sold that but one in stepdad's room number one one one in her room number two bad us shake getting window mount units that have the weird accordion now to make up the gap so it's not open to the outside one in the kitchen numbers three one in the old room that i used to have have to fuck and sleep in number four and a fifth unit in the living room in the in the wall in the window in the winter. Five window window mounted units lederhosen. Hey nine when i say nine hundred square feet. I mean it could have been eight at sixty five like worth footprint of a house now. The thing that was funny that somebody tweeted me is rich. Man poor man zoned air air conditioning number one eighty two. I live in a house that has four zone but my mom has five technically doing better. That's great literally zones but they're in a window. What are the odds. She would let more than one run time man. That's tough. I imagine if john was in his room. Well on on a dog day night you you know she had to go to her room and had to go to his room. Dead run it but <hes> then i went from that house to an apartment on laurel no air for my dad and then the worst which my dad's a frame house where i had to sleep up in the attic and there's no fan and no marano anything in there all the while no one's car has air conditioning so there is no air conditioning mobile cards of <hes> leader on moved out to garage. This is all in the valley right. <hes> garage had no air no ceiling fan no no none of that later moved <hes>.

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"eason" Discussed on The Mindvalley Podcast with Vishen Lakhiani

The Mindvalley Podcast with Vishen Lakhiani

03:40 min | 1 year ago

"eason" Discussed on The Mindvalley Podcast with Vishen Lakhiani

"For for food for mates for shelter and you and me are made work cut from that cloth so we are competitive beans and we do have but it doesn't mean you have to hold somebody down. It means hey come along and compete with me and let's both get get to the top. That's that's the world that i like and that's the world that every time i've made this declaration to be the best whether it's an author or a playwright or a stage wjr performer or speaker or safety people always come with me amazing amazing. I love that story now. This we go deeper into this this idea of aiming to be the best. I really need to ask you to share with the audience that al pacino story story. This is such a classic yeah so as i was being dragged off the field for the last time and i thought i was going to be going to prison prison because what i did best was hurt people right. I decided to move to new york city so i did and i got an every class and i just learned earned as much as i could. Now i was twenty eight years old now. I was the old man in these classes because he's classes had eighteen year old kids in it seventeen eighteen year old kids in all these theatre classes so i would go to these kids vision and i would say hey guys listen. I want to be the best stage performer of our time. Who is that right. Now who's the best stage performer of our time right now and they all said this was like nineteen ninety. They all said oh. That's al pacino and i said that's cool. Where is he and they're like. I don't know where al pacino is. He's probably you know on some movies and i go listen if he is the best stage performer of our time. He's the guy who's got to train me. He's he's the gotta gotta talk to because i wanna take his mantle and so they go you can't talk out pacino so within about a week i i was out pacino's house right and i'm at his house and it is their snow coming down. It's like thanksgiving holiday here in america and i go to al pacino's house now when i walked into his house. It's exactly like you think it's going to be there was fifteen italians alliens it looked like a scene from the godfather fifteen italian stirring pastas and bronze and they're making this big feast and nobody spoke english except how they all spoke italian so al says al pacino come on back to the backbone. I've got a pool table back there and a breakdown what you want to talk about so we get back there and we play pool for three hours and i tell him hey man. I'm want what you've you've got and he goes okay. I'll tell you how to get it. I'll break down the plan for you but just so you know that's going to take you fifteen fifteen years and i said that's great because i work great in those kind of timelines and and so so vision for three hours were playing pool. He breaks down my next fifteen years. What i'm going to be doing and basically what he told me was exactly the same same thing that i had to do the be the best safety in the world football. It was basically the same lesson which was this he said bone..

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"eason" Discussed on The Mindvalley Podcast with Vishen Lakhiani

The Mindvalley Podcast with Vishen Lakhiani

04:01 min | 1 year ago

"eason" Discussed on The Mindvalley Podcast with Vishen Lakhiani

"Ambitionless kiani and this is the mind valley podcast cast wow that was quite an introduction vision thank you <hes> i remember that day that i was on stage in mexico with you and came off stage edge and you said man you should write a book and i'll i'll talk about it in my podcast and with my people and here we are. I know you know why i said that. Weise is that you should write. A book is because your stage performance was so riveting. I mean i see so many speakers but you had me hooked. I dragged my son. He must have been gosh like nine years old into the room because i wanted my son to see you and get inspired by you okay so bo firstly the book congratulations on the book. When is that coming out that comes out september third september third okay so for those of you definitely check out for the book that spelled b. o. e. a. s. o. n. You'll find it on amazon such about easing the name of the book is there's no plan b. for your egg in go ahead and pre ov the book there several bonuses and really cool. Oh cool additions that you're gonna get when you preorder now before we get to key the key idea here on how to be the best at what you do you got to share your story back has that story is riveting. Yeah i mean i wrote the book based on. You know this story that you're about to hear which was when i was nine years old i drew up this the plan i had this dream to be the best safety in the whole world and that's a position in football for those who don't know very specific position and i wanted to be the best at that position but i was only nine so i drew up a plan. I followed the plan and the whole way pretty much. I wasn't very good right. I wasn't a great high school player. I was okay but wasn't great. <hes> i didn't get any college scholarships in fact no colleges wanted me and there are three hundred and fifty colleges that play american football here in america and not one wrote me a letter. Not one wanted me so i walked on just invited myself south to a small college called u._c. Davis who didn't give scholarships who didn't who basically played football for fun and i went there and after the first in practice that i've practiced with these guys they took away my uniform. 'cause you suck that bad. They did the way they empty out. My locker took away my my helmet. My uniform told me to go home and <hes> i didn't i slept in my pickup truck and peanut butter. Learn hotdog buns sandwiches and i stayed and the next day i just showed up for practice and i talked to the equipment managers and they were some solid old guys they were mean had and i was like guys. Can you just give me a uniform because i got this plan this dream to be the best safety in the world old and i only got about four more years to fulfill on this thing. Can you just give me a uniform so like at least just practice and they thought that was funny. They thought it was cute and i weighed about one hundred and forty five pounds at the time right so i didn't look like what my dream was saying was supposed to and they they they gave me a a uniform. That did not match. They gave me a helmet. That was too big it didn't it did it was no longer in use 'cause there was no uniform on for yugoslavia was meant to be the team you sneaking your way into practice. That's right. I was going to sneak my way into practice with a hundred other guys so i kind of blend in but because they gave me an unmatching it makes me laugh just and think about because they gave me an unmatching uniform. I didn't blend in so there's a hundred guys out there and me and my uniform doesn't match and my helmet doesn't fit so i can't really see because because it's coming down over my eyes cell i practiced with these guys for a month right and i sleep in pickup and i eat peanut.

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Teen Mom's Jenelle Evans and David Eason Lose Custody of Their 3 Children

Jared and Katie

02:22 min | 1 year ago

Teen Mom's Jenelle Evans and David Eason Lose Custody of Their 3 Children

"Teen mom, Geno. Evans. This is unbelievable news to me lost custody of all three of her children. Do. Well, she didn't do anything. Her husband David Easson member. He just got in trouble for killing their dog and child protective services investigated the couple, which ultimately led the judge to decide that Janelle David are two at risk for the children to be safe in their care. Could they just watch one episode of teen? Mom. This long. But isn't she like she's much older? Now team. What are they doing? That is putting harm. I mean I get the guy like killed the dog. But what does she do too? I don't know. Probably allow them to be in the home with him in general. Yeah. It couldn't be just because might be. Rod is what led the child protective services to go in and investigate that as a couple her children, by the way Evans from teen. Mom, I think, you know is twenty seven she's no longer teen. Moms close Evans, and was fired from teen. Mom, too, by the way. Issues like a ratings get up. She's difficult to be with Jean. Evans has four year old Kaiser. His dad is Nathan. She has nine year old jas with who lives with journals mom Babri ads and the couple. David eastern engineer Evans have two year old Ensley, who was also now living with jails, mom. Sure Barbara's like seriously a lot raise genetic doesn't have a brother. The grandkids does just three kids. Now. She came and take care of awful. Yeah. Sources are saying rewarded. I mean, they said, because it's teen mom and other awareness, the teen pregnancies, actually down, just give teen mom. I mean at the mostly pride four million people watch anyways phenomenon for a while. Yeah. But you kind of this is tough. But then she was she made a lot of money for being trashy on TV and went on to have two more children with two other men. You know, so, yes, she was. They never had kids together. They didn't I think he went to jail, but anyway. Yeah. But sources are saying that Evans is stunned by the ruling and then David is at fault for this outcome. But she'll stay with them. Oh, yeah. Right. Yeah. You're right. Like sometimes not all the time, some, some of the stupidest, trashy, people are the most

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"eason" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

Pet Life Radio

02:38 min | 1 year ago

"eason" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

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At Kim-Putin summit, hearty handshakes and manspreading

KYW 24 Hour News

00:41 sec | 1 year ago

At Kim-Putin summit, hearty handshakes and manspreading

"Now North Korean leader. Kim Jon has crossed into rush on his armored train to be with President Vladimir Putin a summit between the two leaders will focus on North Korea's nuclear program. Correspondent Sara Raynsford reports. This'll be conjoined Greenspace meeting with Putin is he's making the journey now looking for allies after talks with Donald Trump dismantling his nuclear arsenal and Eason crippling economic sanctions collapsed. Russia is about to break though, sunk shins, and it doesn't want nuclear arms North Korea on its border. But it does wants biggest say in the diplomacy. Experts say the meeting could be away for Kim to assess diplomatic options other than talks with. The

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Investors flee UK stock funds on Brexit worries

FT Money Show

04:19 min | 1 year ago

Investors flee UK stock funds on Brexit worries

"Kate barely has been asking investors fund managers wealth advisers, what impacts the torturous path towards Brexit has. Been having on investment decisions. And she's here with us now to discuss related thinking, Kate we were supposed to be leaving me a U two weeks game we didn't. Instead, we have a series of further delays to the Brexit process. Given the uncertainty is now being prolonged and how're investors responding? We'll invest his on the Sunday plea confused and a bit nervous about what to do. I'm bear in mind that the process all the most recent kind of machinations have taken place at peak ISIS Eason which has made it even more difficult for a lot of people because they're thinking they won't fill up there either allowance before tax here, and but they're very nervous to put money into markets right now, particularly not knowing what might happen in the future. So that's meant for of investors that they have been putting money in cash into their stocks and shares Eissa and holding it there for longer with the plan of either just holding there for longer of uncertainty or drip, feeding it into the market when they feel a bit more. Comfortable couldn't Hungary's London. The volume of cash held in stocks and shares ICES over week on the platform has doubled compared to the same point last year and other platforms the saying that people are just holding more cash in the in the stocks and shares before so I think that that is the main thing that people seem to have been doing. Well, I can see why people might want to hold cash. But is that a good idea? What are the pros and cons of tenor? Clearly cash of new belly any interest, particularly with rates. Well, they are today. And if you're holding it in the stocks, and shares eyeso- that portion can earn no return. Also, you do risk it depreciating. If sterling moves in the wrong way, you obviously risk sitting on a on a pile of money that will be devaluing earning UN's thing. But on the flip side for anyone who does need money in the short to medium term that is the more sensible thing to do because you just don't know where markets will go. So financial advisors said moving anything between six months to to. As income in cash is could be good idea. If you do need that much money. And which regions of the world is saying influence of money as a result of this species uncertainty. What do you care investors favor? When the interesting thing is that the the things that you can I it's been favoring very much not the things that have actually been performing well since the Brexit vote if we look at what's happened since we voted to leave. In fact, the best performing sexes. And stock markets have been the US and China and really anything with a with a control towards big tech and Amazon and things like that. That's because we've just had this big bounce in tech stocks over the past two years, which has been by no means a smooth ride on US stocks. Also hugely benefited from things like Trump's tax reform, though, if you look at this three year period the outcome looks fairly positive for some potentially higher risk things. But in fact, when you can best been doing frantically pulling money out of UK equities. And in fact, pulling money out of stock markets, generally we've seen these huge outflows from funds all over the UK invested in most regions real consecutive months of outflows, which is very much not the norm particularly after some years of record inflows. You can listen UK stocks themselves been suffering. We'll spend in fact that in fact, it's been a federal journey there. But you case more caps were dealt a big blow initially after Brexit with this fear that domestic and he domestically facing UK company might be really negatively effected an immediate aftermath. We saw this big rise in Footsie-100 stocks and generally stocks with overseas earnings, and that was a reflection of movement in the pound as we it stands. Now. In fact, we've we've ended in positive territory for for most UK stock since the Brexit vote on footsie one hundred fifty to fifty all ending in positive. Positive territory, and that's despite all these fears mountain down UK domestic stocks being

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"eason" Discussed on HANNAHLYZE THIS

HANNAHLYZE THIS

03:01 min | 1 year ago

"eason" Discussed on HANNAHLYZE THIS

"Your mind throwback to season on. Well, just Eason too. Yeah. Back again, we're going to dive right into guys we're going to pick up with the pressing question that we left off with last week, which is if you were turned into a cat. How would you let your loved ones note got such a good question? You know, I've been thinking about this question since like twenty twelve. I mean, there's a couple of options right now. Because there's like the I mean, I just don't I? Well, also, there's just so many factors. It's like where do you come to as a cat? Are you in the home of your family? Are you out in the wilderness somewhere g you have to like ring the doorbell magically somehow, I think it starts with you? So wherever you were at the time. Okay. Right. So like, let's say you're like about to enter your house you like put the keys in the door open the door into a cat. Okay. Okay. So see I was going to say, well what I would do is go to my loved one. Who would obviously on the computer and sit on the keys, and then I was like every cat does that. I know. I was thinking. Okay. The way I'd let them know is that have to get their attention. I'd knock something over every cat. Does that you're right? Okay. You know, what I would do I would sit on their lap. And I would like stand on my hind legs and put my paws on shoulders, and then I'll put my nose on their nose. And I would be like. Oh my God. But what if when you? That's like you cry for help. And they'd be like, whoa. This cat come from like. Okay. That's good. What what would you do? I think what I would do. I'm trying to think of something a cat wouldn't do. Because right now, I'm freaking out that maybe my cats are humans that venture into the cats. They all these things I think what I would do is. I would pick up a piece of paper with my mouth rag it, and then I would go pick up a pen. And then I would show that I'm trying to write. And then they'd be like are you trying to write and then I would just stare into their eyes and then nod and then they'd probably scream, and that's the hardest part. I guess after you've been turned into a cat. How do your loved ones dot just be like? You know? That's really smart, dude. That's really smart. I was thinking you could also if you're in your own home, you can like go to objects that are very much like your objects or like that make the person you love about you. So like if I was at home, I would go to my banjo, and I'm sorry, the banjo with my little kitty Pau. Right or I could go to my leg. Sailor route shelf and be like. Or I could go to where we keep all our sex toys. Just lay adopt them. Yeah. Yeah. I think he's a really effective strategies. I mean, there is inevitable..

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"eason" Discussed on Small Doses

Small Doses

03:38 min | 2 years ago

"eason" Discussed on Small Doses

"No Eason. But the answer is, yes. I've definitely been in those situations, and I think this whole episode is really about the fact that like it happens is gonna happen and when it does happen, how do you manage it and how do you manage after it? Got another question would literally someone saying, how do you heal or more in a relationship when a friend breaks up with you. I mean, you know, I have absolutely been the situation. We talked about this on an earlier episode, side effects of toxic relationships. I had a situation earlier this year where I had a friend who I would regard it as a sister just like dropped me like a bad habit and it was like, ooh, Ouch. The hardest thing to do is it's it's one of two things. In some cases, the hard thing to do is not beat yourself up, right? Because it can be very, very easy to just be like, I can't believe this is my ball. I did this. I did that. I should have done this better. I should understand, etc. The other thing to do that can be very difficult is not taking ability. It can be very easy to just be like, well, they did this and they did that and they did this. That's why the situations like this. At the end of the day takes Tango, right? And unless it's like some agree, just ridiculous reason. Like maybe that person, you know, just had like a complete change in deals or perhaps are on a narcotic, etc. Etc. Like for the most part, both y'all contribute to a scenario and and it is what it is, but when it boils down to it, it's like, can you discuss it and can you discuss it and get past it? And if you can't do that, then it, that's how shit ends. And it sucks when that happens because also like damn, like we really couldn't get past that. How do you mourn it? I think it's the way you more than anything. You know you, you, you remember the good times. You acknowledge the lessons. You look at what you could have done differently, and you just try your best to apply that next time around. You know, like I'm very particular person and I have certain. About me that rub people the wrong way. You know, I wouldn't necessarily say I'm like the most like easy going person and I've got a lot going on. And you know, my brain is doing all types of shit and it can make it hard to retain people because also it's like if you're also a truth teller and you're very direct people don't like that either. So it's like it can be very like taxing to have that a constant level of transients. And it's been like work for me to make sure that my friends know that they're appreciated and make sure that my friends know that I'm there for them and all these things so that if things do go left, it's like I don't. I don't feel like I have to like beat myself up for the bottom line of friendship, which is really just reliability, communication and consistency. You know, I feel like that's the bottom line for any relationship. So you know if you're going through that right now, we're like, you got dissed or whatever. What can you really do? We've done side effects of occur inside the bags of talks relationship side effects of break-up in this life. All you can really do like exalting the good times acknowledged the fuck shit and keep. Don't.

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Margot Kidder: Superman star's death ruled a suicide

24 Hour News

00:30 sec | 2 years ago

Margot Kidder: Superman star's death ruled a suicide

"May officials. Have ruled that actress Margot Kidder death was a suicide sixty nine year. Old actress, best known for role as Lois lane in the. Superman movies was found dead at, her Montana home in may the corner in park county Montana says Kidder died as a result of a self-inflicted drug and alcohol. Overdose initially kidder's manager said the actress died peacefully in her sleep kinder's daughter Maggie says it's a relief to have the. Truth come out she says she knew from the start that it was

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"eason" Discussed on Living Regret Free

Living Regret Free

01:47 min | 2 years ago

"eason" Discussed on Living Regret Free

"You sometimes have to fire client have you ever fired anyone i wouldn't term it by hurry firing the clean eason i've just let a client know that i didn't think we were going to be a great fit to work together and i need a couple of recommendations for other people who might be a great fit i in order to get good results from my clients we need to they need to trust that i won have their best interests at heart and to have the ability to help them in if those two things aren't there just wasting their money with me because if they're not going to do the things that i i recommend in there's no point ness working together well that's true i mean you know hiring you as an expert and therefore i should listen to what you have to say of course i have the i have the option of not paying attention to it if i don't want to do it at that particular time but you are the expert in near the person i should be i should be listening to so if if anybody asked you for advice on living regret for your life what would you tell them i mean there are some people look who first of all they don't have your credentials that's number one number two some people and i know because i've spoken to them because one of the things that i specialize in i have two specialties one where i framed people how to get on radio and how to get on television and the other is working with women fifty plus and there are so many women who have been stuck in a in a a no action life because of their spouse or their significant.

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"eason" Discussed on KFQD News Talk

KFQD News Talk

03:12 min | 2 years ago

"eason" Discussed on KFQD News Talk

"Texas eastern burden eason denison the osceola down in florida now now have you taken all the subspecies in hobart gould or the oscillated i've never onto goes are the oscillated i've taken marianne rios and strings i've never harvested a osceola shot and i'll sell it years ago and shot over and made a classic mistake and not get down the gun barrel so i've never killed and i'll sale at turkey i haven't hunted florida in in quite some time with the popularity of turkey hunting and the limited number osceola turkeys is it's really hard to find great osceola hunting down there that's available now you were talking about learning from your mistakes and building upon that to fi your true success mr david in turkey woods so what are some little nuggets you could give to our listeners especially some newbies at did this might be their first spring turkey season what are some mistakes they should avoid at all costs are in the turkey was this spring start at when it starts cracking daylight you wanna be or you think turkey's within earshot or roosting turkeys you want to be there to reverse mother nature what normally happens is a turkey gobbles he fans out he's trust he displays so the hands can see him very easily and he goblets and they come to him goblet what we're trying to do is switch out around one hundred and eighty degrees we're trying to get the gobber become his hand so we're trying to reverse mother nature and the other half hour give hunters whether they're using the boss call or mouth call or slate call don't get in that rut that shame rhythm that shame cadence every time you call you may not realize it when you call you do the exact same number of yale sustain shake wants the same rhythm same cadence every single time learn to break that up and do different lengths like just to yell instead of six years something like that you bet david blame of course he's a co host bill churns real tree outdoors and you can see it win is that trump outdoor channel that is sundays nine pm eastern time you have to watch his show so amazing.

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"eason" Discussed on RuPaul: What's The Tee? with Michelle Visage

RuPaul: What's The Tee? with Michelle Visage

01:47 min | 2 years ago

"eason" Discussed on RuPaul: What's The Tee? with Michelle Visage

"You stay in your zone stay in your zone as much as you can and so that's what i that's what i did i just stayed in i tried to stay in my own dude it has to come to that extreme for that to be now i don't think so because then what what are we saying we're saying that something really horrible has to happen mortar for you to have a you know an aquaman i don't think that's it i think it was just that's what was happening in my life the time i know times does take that oftentimes it does it would have happened one way or the other i wish it hadn't been that but you know i'm brca positive so it was eventually going to happen to me anyway for the most part to go through the thing of checking your daughter and doing all that 'cause that's a lot sadly he's adly no i i she has asked me will i have that and i said no absolutely and so you now for now we don't talk about that she doesn't need to be you know she's not of you you know the ones haven't changed for her yet but you know i it's it's very very big in my family like there's a lot of bracha positive what can mom realis may be baraka positive what could they do now to circumvent any of that craziness well a lot of people are doing pre you know it's controversial it's very controversial but they're getting mastectomies without having had cancer they're taking their over eason philippine tubes out because the chance of getting ovarian cancer is way higher than the average person how you find out if you are a disciplined tests so i say just you know you gotta do you gotta talk to your doctor and you gotta.

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"eason" Discussed on AppStories

AppStories

02:02 min | 2 years ago

"eason" Discussed on AppStories

"Was not possible what i don't understand these wwhy eason's spark doing this why are is not outlook doing this this ability to export messages as a subject line and a link that takes you back straight to the regional conversation is fantastic and maury mci ends should another air mail does it about more ema clients charge should implement this yeah well that's that's radio right there is an in a nutshell why i do most my email on the mac because sparked does do that on i know i know and i will very often be in a situation where i will send somebody some information about a sponsorship or whatever it might be and want to set myself a reminder for however many days in the future to get back to them if i haven't heard anything and i can do that very easily on the mac not so easy on iowa so i i feel your pain on that one you know one of the things that i've found on the iphone 10 that i really wasn't expecting that i enjoy as much as i do but it's these swiping between apps just from the bottom of the screen right that's a good one yeah you move very very quickly between apps and iot into i at any one time if i'm on my phone i'm probably using four or five apps right i might be an twitter and i'm tapping on links to get to safari i might want to say that link in notes i might see something they want to throw into todo list so it's very you know deuce going through and looking at twitter i might fought might open three or four more other apps and having that ability to quickly switch between them by swiping at the bottom the strain it's fantastic it's it's a lot faster than dealing with thing on the iphone in the past and up the gestures on the iphone ten um and the that one is i'm still getting used to it i still forget about it but.

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"eason" Discussed on Shutdown Fullcast

Shutdown Fullcast

01:57 min | 2 years ago

"eason" Discussed on Shutdown Fullcast

"Is it wrong is completely off base to think that maybe it's not that he can't recruit or retain or developed the most replicable position on the team year after year but rather that he's trying to see if he can do it like you're going back to the beginning of mario cart n and now you're playing on one fifty c it's got to find a way to keep the magic alive for himself right to keep the spice in his marriage this is his speed run hey look at me no kickers ninety eight seconds here we go now i think he's the dad who wants to keep a thermostat on seventy eight for the entire summer when it comes to kickers right like size like nick you got to spend more 38 allotted minutes you have on your budget every year for that he's like it's not coming out or anything else dammit i have meanwhile georgia scorn for an entirely different chief met goldeneye style kickers only that'd be fine with that there would they be absolutely fine i like this thing where georgia desribed the new freshmen who takes the job every single year right like that's it like eason's going to transfer to washington or wherever he's gotta go from we'll get the job in the next year it will be like manuel jake from you you you did a great job last year but i think this new kids got it coming in i think that's that's how we're going to work that's how they continue to keep the quarterback humble right leg somebody's dad is out there and they're like you know humility is important coach smart he knows that and that's why that's why he gets a different guy in there every single year because you don't want somebody but thinking their bigger than the team you know a junior order back that's dangerous the team continuity right there i had never have aku yeah you might have a coup you might hotel and let it david greene stick around too long you got a coup me that's actually what happier what coach rick never saw that he thought experience mattered whereas i don't know maybe people get worse when they play quarterback for longer may.

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"eason" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

04:06 min | 2 years ago

"eason" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Well song my way mrs d'ancona's man saw bye been yeon ryu the staff here now whoa ricki sza come on no sir leon whoa woo hoo the ludi me you do well you on us down bear straw down there the more on me afroarab zone in a woman on wpro no i want us bad laura dern eason makes you sad and cinema the man all raise it brings to mind uh things you rather leave me lynagh long way god you lorraine salih liz did koa is more than merely then times an enzyme rarest gan ready to be lonely luna join us new win god uh it's slavery.

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"eason" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

01:42 min | 3 years ago

"eason" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"Know what you got to do what she got to i mean sorry foul and people or whatever you know yeah that's the other thing timing what i'm looking at home state now like what you guys they're quit screwing around because if you really start pushing people and playing around like it's all a joke you know they're going gonna start i mean somebody's nobody even sowell's them heart tony tony eason styles them heart disease well we were younger you watch out file hard file was a hard found now is a flagrant one is a flagrant too and they gotta watch themselves though i would almost kids warfare if i'm close from i'm telling them what flash out on the street fortunately drive between and easy if you have put a one hawaii fine but make them earn not only by making the free shows but i mean it's just not basketball to me tony it's like it's like uh we talked about this last year during the final two waco allstar game slashed pickup game and that's part of the game man like this you get fouled you know that part of the game i'm not seen i'm not trying to say that anybody should go out there trying to hurt somebody you know but i mean sometimes you just gotta hack them you know it's not fair i mean it's just it's just ridiculous as later this week a shooting contests or something you know yeah i just want to go down i wanna go down real bad on and i just hope that somebody can at least beat them a couple of times pushing the five six game before it gets to the finals you know there's not such a cake walk but it's it's different you know it's i remember we all have basketball used to these tough guys play defense guys you know you you.

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"eason" Discussed on WINT 1330 AM

WINT 1330 AM

02:46 min | 3 years ago

"eason" Discussed on WINT 1330 AM

"Of chemical dependency codependency tool die diagnosis and trauma she has to books out in the in the series the series is called let's make a contract and the first two books are let's make a contract getting your team through high school and beyond and let's make a contract getting your teen through substance abuse i want to welcome dr and cheaper to mom talk radio high in fine thank you so much for having me so i i really appreciate you because i think that we get a whole bunch of information when our kids are a baby eason toddlers but then as they get older a somehow either worn out finding the information or the information kind of lags off so i'm really excited that you've created a series of information on one of the things that you talk about as preemptive parenting can you tell me what that means i absolutely can i came up with this idea think about toddlers and how we teach our little children and we do preemptive parenting we teach them not to touch god go teams intuitive to most parents are kids age we lose that idea for whatever reason we get busy we think that children should know what they're supposed to do which according to bring development research to if not true i think it's so important to get ahead of our kids to give him a wisdom be with which to make decisions because they don't have it on their own well the totally makes sense is it's really interesting so when you um there's moments in the the teen years where you think you're like you're doing okay and and i kind of always think about it that like your kid is on a fence and you're the riding through their teen years in every now and then you kinda see them like fall into one side and you gotta kinda pulled them back up and and and i have to tell you there's moments when i'm like in my poland too soon and my not pull in enough how do you know what to do in like allowing them a nothing against enough row but you don't want them to hang themselves you know so how how do you balanced that well we would always victim is people because the minute they field disrespected predicts respected in demeaned day will off time to get oppositional no would i have found two four t in my clinical years really well is getting ahead and.

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"eason" Discussed on This Week In Voice

This Week In Voice

02:07 min | 3 years ago

"eason" Discussed on This Week In Voice

"How disconnected from the humanity eason's which was sciences accu silicon valley's engineers because you read i agree with that for sure and if you're she'd read that screed itself there's a lot of hubris lot of basque thinking lot of ignorance clearly the guy has not rid literature into social sciences and basic philosophy i'm in the region kociu from mile john stuart mill roads an se called on the subjugation of women aged sixty nine at center field goal in the coach court stocked the legal subordination no one six two the other is wrong itself now one of the chief hindrances of human improvements and ought to be replaced by principle perfidy quality admitting lowpower privilege on one side nor is ability on the other dishes in eighteen sixty nine right so this guy is getting engineer was widened everybody else is white man was speaking on issues doesn't know about hugh were to go into some research find out that actually always been thinking the debate on on for a long time there's a consensus and there is research has been done for shoes conclusively that the black man and white man are equal woman on demand equal in terms of what they can do with regard to story member tour this week and a little bit more positive dribble moves grouble has rolled out a program where users can preview new features before they're rolled out the everyone this is cool i wish all in our wishes for true across the board job what do you think uh a google snoop program uh it's always what you will set scoop allowed apart from no others that they like liked beta test get stuff out and enable other people to use it as soon as it's you know past mouth alpha's kind of a stage right so i mean that i've always been a huge sort of google fan boy i had one of the um the earliest crumble acts like the cr 48 if few months and um you know so to me it's exciting because i get a try stuff i think from the developer point of view it makes things a little more difficult.

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"eason" Discussed on Practical TOC

Practical TOC

02:21 min | 3 years ago

"eason" Discussed on Practical TOC

"People are good so don't look to blame anyone strive to achieve a winwin solution and lastly every situation can be substantially improved so through sees really the use of commonsense throughout the organization and a set of tools were created to provide the methodic structure reproach strokeplay commonsense logic and to be able to address changes those tools evolve with the years and we can look at them as a checklist of backgrounds that can lead us through the thought process of change but before i talk about some of them we need to remind ourselves that there's always a tree or somewhere that the books the change process it gut feeling that something isn't working right into organization that there's untapped potential that eason being used that they're gonna as asian can be improved significantly either in absolute numbers or compared to its competitors so i when he to us does ourselves three fundamental questions with respect to change the first one is what to change the second one is what to change to and the third these how to caused that change leader on two additional questions were added some say they're not really needed the first one is why change and the second one is how to sustained change with respect to the first question why change their this little boop cold who moved my cheese that probably most of you have read basically the book messages that if you feel too comfortable and complacent expecting your cheese assuming your mouse in the maize to wait for you every day at the same man location you may wake up one morning and find that it's no longer there so always seek how to change and improve so what do we mean by white change we always need to change the front gold rats ilie's daughter who coauthored the book the choice within portrays four options for change using a matrix with four quadrant similar to the prisoners dilemma metrics.

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